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... which is a good thing, save for an hour-late departure out of Miami, due, we were told, to a cosmetic issue on the aircraft, which required a mechanic (cosmetician), carrying a roll of duct tape. Customs and immigration were speedy at 11:30 at night. A red airport taxi delivered us to the reserved Hotel 1915, in Alajuela (ah-la-way-la) where we were met by a diminutive older lady with thinning jet-black hair that went almost to her knees. There was a kindness in her eyes, ...
... water. Some how standing in water and having that voltage above you seems like it could be real stimulating.
Everyone is constantly working on our spanish. Whether visiting the grocery market or getting to a bano in a hurry.
Tyler and Enoch kayaked around the island of the dead.
It's been great for our family to unwind and relax..sunrise is 5:30am and sunset is 5:30. We were tired yesterday so we went ...
... the bus and watch as another group is fit to appropriate horses. The guides have asked Sara to get rider experience information from each person in advance so we can each be fit with a horse that will make our riding experience a bit more enjoyable. After the other group is safely on their way, we slowly take to our respective beasts. I’m not the only one in the group that has NO horseback riding experience, so others seem a bit unsteady or unsure as the mount.
Today is our last day of volunteering at Rainsong. We performed the usual animal care and feeding along with excess duties such as washing and cleaning the lower sanctuary fridges. We went back to the lodgehouse after a fast day of work. I headed back to the sanctuary early so that I could use Mary's shower since Nelson was up at the farm and we had more water problems. I even got to shave my legs! ...
... the delicious breakfast and the hot cup of coffee that I had was the perfect way to get me recharged. I was excited to begin our boat ride to Campanario in Osa Penninsula. We loaded up our bags and headed down to the dock, jumped in the boat and began our journey down the Sierpe river.
The weather was perfect and I stared out onto the horizon in complete awe; snapping pictures of just about every single thing around me. ...
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